Microsoft MapPoint 2013 is powerful mapping software that makes it easy to combine business data with mapping and location. Using MapPoint, you can turn complex business information stored in spreadsheets and data tables into easy-to-understand maps. Use MapPoint with your compatible GPS locator to add real-time routing and directions. Also check out the MapPoint Europe edition and our MapPoint training classes.
Top Benefits of Microsoft MapPoint:
Tap into existing data sources. Create maps from data stored in current versions of Microsoft Office Excel, Office Access, SQL Server, or other database sources.
Tell a story, visually. Insert maps into Word documents and PowerPoint presentations to illustrate everything from sales performance to customer locations.
Extend your business. Take advantage of the extensible MapPoint object model to build custom business solutions such as fleet tracking and business intelligence.
New in MapPoint 2013
- Updated maps of the United States and Canada, new look, and 2.5 million points of interest.
- Create sales territories and share performance maps to clearly visualize, analyze, and communicate performance.
- Include pushpin images from previous versions of MapPoint.
- Combine business data with demographics to find and target potential customers, and focus your business decisions.
- Insert maps into the work you do in Microsoft Office, and build custom solutions and Office add-ins.
New in MapPoint 2011
- Updated Road Network: 88,000 additional miles of navigable roads in MapPoint 2011 over 2010, the equivalent to over 15 coast-to-coast round trips driving San Francisco between New York City.
- More Points of Interest: with the 2011 version, you get 1.9 million points of interest, up from 1.7 million in MapPoint 2010.
- Improved GPS functionality: It’s now easier to send your route to a GPS unit with the “Export to GPX File” function.
New in MapPoint 2010
- Make your maps easier to use and presentation-worthy. MapPoint 2010 lets you control what appears on your map so that you can eliminate clutter and make your maps more visually appealing than ever before.
Do you need to show only major city labels, county boundary lines, or highways or toll roads on your map? You can also individually turn on or off symbols or labels for:
Cities by population
Boundaries for country, state or province, county, postal code, or 3 digit postal code.
Transportation, including: highways, local roads, toll roads, and railroads.
Other geographic symbols, including: water features, parks and reserves, points of interest, and more.
Easily change the font size of labels on your maps for better viewing.
Create customized default settings of the map view to match your personal settings and preferences. You can save your own custom map settings so that your settings are automatically applied to the map when you reopen it.
More Pushpins – over 300 pushpins included to give you more control than ever before for how you map data. Manage pushpins – hide a sub-set of pushpins without deleting them if you only want to display the locations in a certain area. Show all of the pushpin information boxes or hide them all at once. Hide an entire dataset of pushpins from the map without deleting them. Refreshed Data - Use updated geographic data in MapPoint to display trends and illustrate key points on maps.
Easy to Reroute - You can select the roads you prefer to travel, choose major areas to include (or avoid), and define routes based on your desired travel speeds. Drag and drop your route to go around a road or area.
Routing Options - Create routes and send them directly to a GPS navigation device. Transfer it wirelessly using MSN Direct (MSN Direct enables devices only), or using a USB connection to a Garmin (Garmin Plugin required).
Show in Bing™ Maps - Quickly find listings when online and add them to a route. Use descriptive words such as “coffee” and “restaurant” to find points near your location. Bing!
GPX Import / Export - ability to import or export GPX files. GPX is a standard used by handheld GPS devices to store things like GPS tacks and place markers. If you have a GPS navigation device that can record .gpx information, you can easily share your trip route including where you went and where you stopped along the way. You can also share a planned trip by exporting data that others in your group can use on their own GPS navigation devic
- Required Operating System: Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 (32-bit) or Windows XP (32-bit)
- Required Memory: 1 GB RAM for 32-bit OS, 2 GB RAM for 64-bit OS, 256 MB RAM for Windows XP
- Required Hard Disk Space: 2.1 GB
- Required Display: 1024x768 or higher resolution monitor
- Required Connectivity: Broadband Internet service (connect time charges may apply)
- Required Software: Microsoft Outlook 2007 or 2010 required to use Send To features
- Required Browser: Internet Explorer (will not displace your primary browser)
- Other System Requirements: Some features will not work with the 64-bit version of Microsoft Office 2010
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SpatialPoint packages 2 free utilities with all copies of MapPoint:PowerPoint Add-In for quickly placing maps and legends in PowerPoint
Large Image Export Utility for exporting map images up to 3500x3500 pixels for professional printing & presentations